Social networking site for keepers of a town's history - as told by its occupants. Close tie-in with Google Maps allows visitors to visually explore a town "then" and "now".
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mybetabook is a service that allows people who enjoy writing to be supported by readers. Writers can submit their unpublished works for readers, who can send their feedback to the writers.
Intranet photo viewer made for japanese company. Using MongoDB, PJAX optimize loading speed for each page.
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Market social network where investors, financial advisors, asset managers, investment professionals and listed companies meet. Comments, market quotes, portfolios, analysis and news.
This project is a social network based on the ideas of social network Diaspora * for the free exchange of languages!Free Get free give. (c)Wanted volunteers.
Bokzuy is the place where you can give your opinion about your friends' and colleagues' actions directly and do it exercising your sense of humor :)
Gallery of Good champions creativity in all children. The site includes the ability to open an online art gallery for your child (up to 18 years old). Track their yearly progress. Get feedback from artists and creative professionals. It is a family-friendly community that is endeavors every child to stay creative and develop life-long skills that will help them become successful grown-ups.
Create a focal point for your customers. Quickly share the dates of your next performance. Create a skills-directory for your neighbourhood, or give people a place to recycle their old stuff.Just like a real notice board, anybody can post notices - it couldn't be easier.
MoneyFarm is a company that provides first class independent investment advisory to small savers through a scalable, UX driven, enjoyable and hassle free platform in Italy. MoneyFarm clients will be able to build their portfolio with our asset allocation recommendations in a very simple and efficient way.
PhilEvents is a calendar of academic events and calls for papers in philosophy around the world. Using PhilEvents, scholars can track upcoming events of interest to them based on criteria such as distance from their place of residence and their topics of interest.